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Spring 2018 ArtCenter Graduate Art Lecture series
ArtCenter College of Design
January 16–April 17, 2018, 7:30pm

L.A. Times Media Center
1700 Lida Street
Hillside Campus
91103 Pasadena

www.artcentermfa.net
Above: Top row left to right: Nicole Eisenman (photo: Nathan Perkel), Vija Celmins (courtesy of the artist), Arthur Jafa (photo: Suné Woods). Bottom row left to right: Dennis Cooper (courtesy of the author), Tino Seghal (photo: Asad Raza courtesy the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery), Camille Henrot (photo: Joakim Bouaziz).
Above: Top row left to right: Nicole Eisenman (photo: Nathan Perkel), Vija Celmins (courtesy of the artist), Arthur Jafa (photo: Suné Woods). Bottom row left to right: Dennis Cooper (courtesy of the author), Tino Seghal (photo: Asad Raza courtesy the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery), Camille Henrot (photo: Joakim Bouaziz).
January 16–April 17, 2018, 7:30pm

L.A. Times Media Center
1700 Lida Street
Hillside Campus
91103 Pasadena

www.artcentermfa.net

The ArtCenter Graduate Art MFA program is pleased to announce its Spring 2018 Graduate Lecture series, organized by Jack Bankowsky.

Unless otherwise indicated, lectures are free, open to the public and take place in the L.A. Times Media Center on ArtCenter’s Hillside Campus, 1700 Lida Street, Pasadena 91103. Check our website to confirm dates, times and locations for the lecture series and for more information about the Graduate Art program.

Spring 2018 seminar schedule

January 16
Tino Sehgal

January 25
Suzanne Hudson presents Vija Celmins*

January 30
Camille Henrot

February 13
Diedrich Diederichsen

March 6
Laura Owens presents Candida Alvarez

March 13
Nicole Eisenman

March 20
Huey Copeland presents Arthur Jafa

March 27
Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer presents Rhonda Lieberman

April 3
Dennis Cooper

April 10
Jutta Koether

April 17
Anne Imhof

*This talk will be held on Thursday instead of usual Tuesday evening
 

With a core faculty of ten internationally recognized artists and writers, an adjunct faculty of nine, and numerous guest faculty each term, with a maximum of 35 students, we have the highest faculty-to-student ratio of all comparable MFA programs. The result is an intense working environment where concentrated art-making is assured equally concentrated and careful faculty attention, whether within specific disciplines or among them: in film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, performance and everything in between.

Fundamental to our program are one-on-one studio visits with faculty and rigorous critical, academic and practical coursework. We extend our reach internationally, inviting artists and writers famous and infamous as well as historians and philosophers for weekly seminars and our bi-annual conference series, as well as student exchange links with programs in Paris, Berlin and Cologne.

Closer to home, indeed at home, is Los Angeles, and the resources of one of the world’s great art capitals. Closer still is the world-class design school to which we are connected, with leading edge software and hardware technology and the equipment that goes with it. On site, we provide students with individual studios, a fabrication shop, several gallery spaces, and dedicated computer and moving image production labs. We make our public gallery spaces and project rooms available to all candidates, from the first term through the fourth, when every graduating student mounts a final solo exhibition.


Support for these talks was generously provided by Jack Shear, Brenda R. Potter, Hannah Hoffman, Alan Hergott, Sprüth Magers, Blum and Poe, and David Kordansky.

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January 12, 2018

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L.A. Times Media Center, Pasadena